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Abul Qasim's name is in the Hindu Holy Books? You must be kidding

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in response to reader comment: Hi Romesh

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 8, 2007 at 19:43

But do you know what this means, it means the following:

1. That the hindu holy books are from your Allah! So are the Hindu holy books from your Allah? It also means that the Hidus did not harafu (oh you do not know any Arabic silly me) or corrupted their holy books!

2. But in this case then why did your ancestors convert to the religion of the Arabs that brutalized them. Could it be because of the jizya tax? But wait: this mafia tax is supposed to be paid by Christians ans Jews. Or could it be the Stockholm syndrome? What do you think ya ayuha al-fahlawi al-kabeer?

3. Could you provide us with the verse in sanskrit and then a linear translation would do? Can you do that? Oh, I forgot that you only know Urdu, a language that even your Allah does not know.

4. Suppose there is a mention of the name of the prophet of Islam in the Hindu holy books, so which one was it? As our dear Muhammad the caravan raider and Arabian warlord had at least four names and they are: Abul Qasim (this is my favorite one, and who on earth is this Qasim?), Qutham! (LOL), Muhammad (oh my the blessed one), Ahmad (oh my again more of the blessed one). Then you tell us ya fahlawi which name is it? And where can we find it?

5. Now let us say that the name in the Hindu holy books is indeed Muhammad: how can you be sure 100% that he is indeed Muhammad the arabian warlord and caravan raider who married a 6 year old girl by the name of 3Ai'sha and had sex with her when she was 9 years old and he was 53 years old (would you allow a man of 53 to have sex with your 9 year old daughter wannabe prophet or not?)! and he was responsible for the killing of a poet who was breast feeding her baby and he was born in 3Am al-Feel in poor and distant place called Mecca?

So where is your evidence ya fahlawi?

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